International Online Workshop: Particle Technology and Product Design Education - A Digital Leap Forward - /CoursesID:2486

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Organisational Unit

Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Recording type

Kongress

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Language

English

Workshop Programme


10 May 2021- Particle Technology and Product Design Curriculum1

14:30
Welcome address by Wolfgang Peukert, Bärbel Kopp (FAU), Jim Michaels (IFPRI)

Session 1
14:45
Thoughts on particle technology education: The changing landscape since sheffield 2017
Karl Jacob, University of Michigan, USA

15:15
Particle technology for the future of chemical engineering in Australia
Cordelia Selomulya, University of New South Wales, Australia

15:45
Product design within the context of a masters program in particle technology
R. Bertrum Diemer, University of Delaware, USA


16:15
Break


Session 2

16:30
Essentials in teaching particle technology and product design
Wolfgang Peukert, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
17:00
Industrial product design of disperse systems
Jens Uhlemann, Bayer Crop Science, France
17:30
Integrating continuous particle processing and computational modeling into chemical and pharmaceutical engineering curricula
Rachel Smith, The University of Sheffield, UK


11 May 2021 - Blended Learning in Particle Technology

Session 3
13:45
Advantages, challenges and design of blended learning concepts
Sónia Hetzner, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
14:15
Hybrid (simultaneous in-person and remote) instruction: Experiences of the particle technology program at the University of Delaware
Jim Michaels, University of Delaware, USA
14:45
The potential of online teaching in particle technology
Ruud van Ommen TU Delft, The Netherlands


15:15
Break


Session 4
15:25
Blended learning for particle technology: Implementation examples
Einar Kruis, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Nicolas Vogel, Robin Klupp Taylor, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
15:55
Breakout session: Teaching particle technology online during and after the COVID-19 pandemic


16:25
Break


Session 5
16:30
Remote augmented reality labs
Clemens Brechtelsbauer Imperial College London, UK
17:00
App-based teaching for particle science
Steven Abbott Steven Abbott TCNF Ltd Ipswich, UK
17:30
Jupyter notebooks as a powerful tool for teaching in chemical engineering
Samir Salameh University of Bremen, Germany
18:00
Closing remarks

Course chapters

Episode
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1
Welcome Addresses (Robin Klupp Taylor, Wolfgang Peukert, Jim Michaels and Bärbel Kopp)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:17:39
2
Welcome address from VP Education Prof. Dr. Bärbel Kopp (Standalone version)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:04:57
Episode
Title
Lecturer
Updated
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Duration
Media
1
Thoughts on Particle Technology Education: The Changing Landscape Since Sheffield 2017 (Karl Jacob - University of Michigan, USA)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:27:30
2
Particle Technology for the Future of Chemical Engineering in Australia (Cordelia Selomulya | University of New South Wales | Australia)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:22:22
3
Product Design within the Context of a Masters Program in Particle Technology (R. Bertrum Diemer - University of Delaware, USA)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:26:03
Episode
Title
Lecturer
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Media
1
Essentials in teaching particle technology and product design (Wolfgang Peukert - FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:27:35
2
Industrial product design of disperse systems (Jens Uhlemann - Bayer Crop Science)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:26:40
3
Integrating Continuous Particle Processing and Computational Modeling into Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering Curricula (Rachel Smith - The University of Sheffield, UK)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-10
Passwort
00:24:44
Episode
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Lecturer
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1
Advantages, Challenges and Design of Blended Learning Concepts (Sónia Hetzner - FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:25:20
2
Hybrid (simultaneous in-person and remote) instruction: Experiences of the Particle Technology Program at the University of Delaware (Jim Michaels - University of Delaware)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:22:41
3
The Potential of Online Teaching in Particle Technology (Ruud van Ommen - TU Delft)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:22:07
Episode
Title
Lecturer
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Media
1
Blended learning for Particle Technology: Implementation Example 1 (Nicolas Vogel - FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:15:18
2
Blended learning for Particle Technology: Implementation Example 2 (Einar Kruis - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:14:25
3
Blended learning for Particle Technology: Implementation Example 3 (Robin Klupp Taylor - FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
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00:13:34
Episode
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1
Remote Augmented Reality Labs (Clemens Brechtelsbauer, Imperial Colleage London, UK)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:25:05
2
App-based teaching for particle science Prof. Steven Abbott, Ipswich, UK
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:29:24
3
Jupyter Notebooks as a powerful tool for teaching in Chemical Engineering (Samir Salameh - University of Bremen)
Prof. Robin N. Klupp Taylor
2021-05-11
Passwort
00:24:49

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